Louis-Gabriel Blanchard né à Paris le 26 décembre 1630 et décédé dans la même ville en 1704 est un peintre, académicien et marchand de tableaux français

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  • Louis-Gabriel Blanchard né à Paris le 26 décembre 1630 et décédé dans la même ville en 1704 est un peintre, académicien et marchand de tableaux français
  • Gabriel Blanchard, known as Blanchard Le Neveu, the only son of Jacques Blanchard, was born in Paris in 1630, and studied under his uncle, Jean Baptiste Blanchard. He was, in 1668, elected Academician on the merits of an allegorical painting of the 'Birth of Louis XIV,' now at Versailles; but his most successful work was a picture of 'St. Andrew,' which he painted for the Goldsmiths' Guild. He became keeper of the royal collection, und successively assistant-professor, professor, and, in 1699, treasurer of the Academy. He died in 1704. Two of his sons, Nicolas and Philippe Thomas, were likewise painters.
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  • Louis-Gabriel Blanchard né à Paris le 26 décembre 1630 et décédé dans la même ville en 1704 est un peintre, académicien et marchand de tableaux français
  • Gabriel Blanchard, known as Blanchard Le Neveu, the only son of Jacques Blanchard, was born in Paris in 1630, and studied under his uncle, Jean Baptiste Blanchard. He was, in 1668, elected Academician on the merits of an allegorical painting of the 'Birth of Louis XIV,' now at Versailles; but his most successful work was a picture of 'St. Andrew,' which he painted for the Goldsmiths' Guild.
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  • Gabriel Blanchard
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